I have plugged this MP3 Player into my computer and an outlet and neither one was successful in charging it. After several hours the battery bar is still sitting at zero%. Is there some trick to charging this thing that I have missed?
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Yes you can but you need to find a 3.7(whatever the voltage is) and the right size. Its risky. But at wal mart they sell this usb charger. U plug it in to the wall outlet and it would act like your computer usb slot.
Use the video conversion software utility included on the Installation CD to create video files that
are suitable for playback on the MP-C7052.
Your player supports AMV files with the following specifications:
160 x 128 resolution at 15 frames per second (fps)
The video conversion software will not recognize ALL types of video files, so you will have to find a free converter that will convert files of one type to AVI or another recognized video type.
Look at the help files in the video converter software for far more detail than we could ever hope to provide here.
To charge the mp3 all you do is plug in your mp3 to the usb port on your computer... Then to download music, once you put on your mp3 to the computer it should pop up and then you can either go to my comp and choose your mp3 and drag files into it or you can go to real player, window's media player and sync music through one of those programs